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Young teens engage in Wonder

More than fifty 11-13 year olds from youth groups and parishes around the Diocese of Wellington has converged on the Foxton Bible Camp for a weekend of fun and games, worship and wonder for the first time since Covid-19 reached our shores.

Cathedrals welcome respects for late Queen

Anglican Cathedrals in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia have offered space to all those who wish to mourn and commemorate the life of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
• Watch the state memorial service at St Paul's Cathedral Wellington
• Watch Auckland's Holy Trinity Cathedral Ecumenical & Interfaith QEII Memorial Service

Anglicans mark Season of Creation

Anglicans in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia are marking the ecumenical Season of Creation with actions ranging from prayer and worship, to gardening and tree planting or lobbying for policy change.

Archbishops offer condolences

The Archbishops of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have offered prayers and condolences at the time of Queen Elizabeth II's death.
• Archbishop Philip Richardson's personal message to his Diocese
• Archbishop Don Tamihere's pastoral letter to his Hui Amorangi

'Faithful disciple' Queen Elizabeth II is dead

Most Rev Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury has written to the Primates of the Anglican Communion to praise the life and Christian witness of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

CWS opens Pakistan Flood Appeal

Christian World Service has opened an appeal to support flood relief in Pakistan through its partner organisation based in Karachi.
• Why Pakistan is on the front line of the climate crisis

Tongan Anglicans build future resilience

Six months on from the massive volcanic eruption and tsunami in Tonga, Anglicans are mobilising Appeal funds to build natural disaster resilient communities across the islands of Tonga.

Trust Investments gains new CEO

Today the Trust Investments Management Chair announced Rachael McDonald as new Chief Executive Officer.

Nelson Anglicans respond to deluge

Anglicans in central Whakatū-Nelson were back at church this Sunday after a week of interrruptions – as downpours saw rivers overflowing, widespread flooding and major landslides that damaged homes and properties and endangered lives.


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